Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo) in a scene. It sits atop white rice on a rimmed dish with bamboo chopsticks. There is a bamboo cutting board with bow choi, garlic, and a small bowl of coconut aminos nearby.

Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo)

This Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo) is a nutritious meal you can get on the table in 30 minutes! Substitute chicken, if you like, but enjoy!

Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo) in a scene.  It sits atop white rice on a rimmed dish with bamboo chopsticks.  There is a bamboo cutting board with bow choi, garlic, and a small bowl of coconut aminos nearby.
Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo)

I owe you an apology. I’ve been sitting on this recipe, and haven’t given it to you yet! I’ve made it so many times, trying different variations, so I know it is solid. It freezes well, it cooks up fast, and there are lots of important veggies in here to keep your gut happy. So here you go, friend! Easy Pork (or chicken) Stir-fry!

About coconut aminos

If you have been on an AIP, Paleo, or soy-free diet for any amount of time, you know about this magical elixir that replaces soy sauce. I mean, look at that color! I have found, though, that not all brands have the same density or richness. My favorite brand by far is Big Tree Farms Coco Aminos. It is so rich, not watery, like some brands.

Coconut aminos are slightly sweeter than soy sauce, but the flavor profile is pretty similar. For the coconut sensitive among you, note that it is made from the nectar of coconut blossoms, which may or may not make a difference to your particular sensitivity.

Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo) on a rimmed plate with bamboo chopsticks next to a cutting board with coconut aminos
Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo)

…and the mushrooms

I’m calling for oyster mushrooms in this recipe. Of course, you could substitute a different variety, but I love their firm texture for this dish. They also don’t render a ton of water. Mushrooms are excellent for the microbiome, and getting a variety of mushrooms is even better!

Are you a fan of the fungus? Perhaps if you try different varieties, you may find a favorite. Here are some recipes to try using mushrooms:

Closeup view of Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo) sitting on a bed of rice on a rimmed plate. There is boo choi and coconut aminos in the background.
Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo)

…and the rice!

The eagle-eyed AIP-ers out there have certainly raised an eyebrow over the rice in this photo. For me, white rice is fine, so this is how I eat it. Also, it makes a pretty picture! 😁

For the elimination phase of AIP, you could use cauliflower rice, or mix it with sweet potato glass noodles.

Thank you for joining me in my kitchen. Come by any time!

As always, I’m wishing you great love and deep healing!

💗,

Wendi

Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo)

Recipe by Wendi’s AIP Kitchen – http://www.wendisaipkitchen.com Course: MainCuisine: AIP, Paleo, AsianDifficulty: Easy
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

15

minutes
Cooking time

9

minutes

This Easy Pork Stir-fry (AIP/Paleo) is a nutritious meal you can get on the table in 30 minutes! Substitute chicken, if you like, but enjoy!

Ingredients

Directions

  • Heat oil in a chef’s pan (I use the one from Greenpan.)or wok over medium high heat. When oil is hot, add pork, and stir-fry until no pink remains.
  • Add carrots and garlic to the pan, and stir-fry for another 30 seconds. Add mushrooms, and stir-fry another 30 seconds. Add bok choy, and stir-fry yet another 30 seconds.
  • Turn heat down to medium low. Add in coco aminos, ginger juice and salt. Stir to combine. Make a well in the center of the pan, and whisk in the arrowroot starch. You may need to increase the heat a bit to get it to thicken. Serve over white rice (if successfully re-introduced), cauliflower rice, or sweet potato glass noodles. Enjoy!

Notes

  • *The ginger juice that I’ve linked here is a major time saver. It does, however, contain citric acid, which can give some people trouble. If you want to remain fully AIP, use fresh ginger.

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